3 edition of Simulation of large-scale atmospheric processes found in the catalog.
Simulation of large-scale atmospheric processes
DMG/AMS International Conference on Simulation of Large-Scale Atmospheric Processes (1976 Hamburg, Germany)
|Statement||sponsored by the Dt. Meteorolog. Ges. e. V. and the American Meteorological Soc.|
|Series||Annalen der Meteorologie ;, n.F., Nr. 11|
|Contributions||Deutsche Meteorologische Gesellschaft., American Meteorological Society.|
|LC Classifications||QC851 .A67 Nr. 11, QC996 .A67 Nr. 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||80480468|
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Nicholls,1 A. Scott Denning,1 Lara Prihodko,1 Pier-Luigi Vidale,2 Ian Baker,1 Kenneth Davis,3 and Peter Bakwin4 Received 22 December ; revised 26 May ; accepted 9 July ; published 29 September Principles of Atmospheric Modeling • Scientific basis for atmospheric simulation – rooted in laws of classical mechanics/thermodynamics – developed during 18th and 19th centuries (see Thompson, ) – early mathematical model described by Arrhenius () – surface energy balance model • Two modeling approaches developed over last.